For years, conservatives and constitutionalists have called for the United States to withdraw from the United Nations for a variety of reasons, specifically the United Nations’ notorious anti-Americanism and inefficient-at-best handling of world crises. There is no better example of the UN’s ineptitude than the Oil for Food program, which has been an ample breeding ground for corruption by large organizations, including General Electric. In July, the Securities and Exchange Commission fined General Electric $23.5 million for its corrupt dealings in Iraq during the Oil for Food program. According to the Securities and Exchange Commission, General Electric violated the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act by illegally offering equipment and services in exchange for contracts with Iraqi officials.

Emergency rooms are becomingly increasingly dangerous places — for ER nurses.  According to a May 10 AP article, violence against medical professionals is on the rise, in part because the number of ER patients who are alcoholics, psychotics and drug addicts is also climbing.

Left-wing activists are upset that the U.S. Government is deporting too many illegal immigrants who don’t have “serious” criminal records, the Miami Herald reports. “Few deported aliens have serious criminal records, activists say,” ran the headline in the paper. Question is, what do the activists and the Herald consider a “few”? The number apparently hovers at about 40,000.

Republican Representative Darrell Issa has been a thorn in President Obama's side ever since he launched an investigation into Obama's favored corrupt company, Fannie Mae, over a patent they acquired as part of the cap and trade system. Issa then furthered his "pesky" reputation with the President when he called for an investigation of Obama's use of American tax dollars in the campaign for Kenya's new constitution. Now, as ranking Republican on the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, Issa released a report accusing the White House of "unlawful public relations and propaganda initiatives."

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, considered a rising star and possible presidential contender in the Republican Party, is advising Republicans to back away from their heated opposition to a Muslim center two blocks from New York's "Ground Zero." Christie has called on both parties to stop making the issue a "political football."